Blinn College trustees met behind closed doors Tuesday to hear more possible locations for new campuses in Brazos County.
No action was taken after the meeting in Brenham, and none is expected when they hold their regular monthly meeting in two weeks.
During the executive session, trustees heard from Blinn administrators and outside consultants who are involved in real estate and architecture.
None of the possible sites were mentioned publicly.
A Blinn news release stated they include long term locations that would complement the Villa Maria campus as well as accommodate short term solutions during the next one to three years.
All this is in addition to Blinn’s work with a Bryan architect to maximize the Villa Maria campus learning space, food service, parking, and transportation resources.
This year’s projected enrollment on that campus is nearly 14,000, an increase of 700 over last fall.